FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling has been to the Jinks and a deer-hunt in Carmel, and not able to write much; criticism of Smith's poems "Neptune," "Cyclopean Fear," "The Sea-Gods," and "The Witch in the Graveyard," with further advice on horror poems; Sterling cannot find his book of Davidson's; Sterling's friend Fenelon building a porch on the cabin, with Miles in the tent; Sterling's dog had a run-in with a raccoon; on the summer weather; Sterling has no poems to share, and none are selling.

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